‘Dangerous’ female suspect in attacks no longer in France

by Elise Viebeck | The Hill
January 10, 2015

A woman suspected of ties to this week’s terrorist attacks in Paris left France for Turkey prior to the violence, a Turkish intelligence official told The Associated Press on Saturday.

French police had conducted a massive manhunt Saturday for Hayat Boumeddiene, 26, the widow of an Islamist militant killed in a shootout with authorities on Friday. Police bulletins described her as armed and dangerous and said she was wanted in connection with Thursday’s shooting of a policewoman.

Boumedienne was apparently not in France during the attacks, which targeted satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo and a Jewish deli and killed 17 people.

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